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the sections covering product liability could have passed as twins. ♪ the bill was controversial -- it passed, but only after the product-liability sections were taken out of it. but the tort reformers didn't give up. they were back a year later, this time with a draft bill aimed specifically to limit the liability of drug manufacturer when the public was allowed to comment before a legislative panel, people who had lost loved ones came to testify against the bill. a son who had lost a father -- >> you know, my dad's gone. all i can do is sit here and be a voice for him. he can't speak any longer. >> a grandfather mourning his granddaughter -- >> if this bill passes, an innocent victim in north carolina like brittany could not hold the manufacturer accountable. everyone needs to be accountable for their actions. >> unmentioned to those in the room, alec was present too, in the form of a lobbyist with drug manufacturing giant glaxosmithkline. his name is john del giorno. >> several of the opposing testifiers today brought up very compelling, sad, empathetic stories. >> not only is
're carrying twins. if that were to be the case, what would that do of the succession? >> well, it would really be a case of which child appeared first. and it makes no difference now with this new law. it hasn't been passed yet. but they're going to rush it through. whatever the first born is, whether it's male or female, the first born will be in line for the throne. it's that simple. >> it's very exciting news, indeed. and all of our thoughts and prayers are with kate. >> now, i'm absolutely -- now, diana, funny enough, paved the way with this morning sickness. she had terrible morning sickness. the royal family had never heard of it. and she was saying once again, diana's there, paving the way for kate. >> yes. ingrid, we thank you so much. we'll have more to come from here in london. elizabeth? >> lara, thank you so much. >>> let's find out more about this condition called hyperemesis, that kate has been hospitalized with. abc news senior medical contributor dr. jennifer ashton is an obgyn. you've treated lots of expectant moms. people are causing this extreme nausea and morning sickness.
by a vehicle. her twin 4-year-old boys weren't struck but the woman and her 2-year-old daughter were trapped under the car. >> the lady was on her side, had the baby in her arms. i tried to removed the infant from the lady's arms but she was pinned under and i couldn't remove her. >> reporter: other rushes in and lifted the car on the count of three. >> i figured if we didn't get the car off immediately there would be issues of breathing. i hollered at the folks around. >> reporter: the kia's driver actually pulled the woman and her daughter out. they are in the hospital but expected to make a full recovery. martha: the police say they want the good samaritans to get the credit. >> reporter: these people left soon after the incident. but cops tracked some of them down. >> it was horrific. the woman was under the car. with her baby. >> just knowing that we possibly did help the little girl and her mom is a nice feeling to know that they are going to be okay. >> reporter: police say people were practically knocking each other over to jump in there and are calls these people heroes. bill: a cla
for republicans to reset? steven hayes and shawn spicer join us here next. twins. i didn't see them coming. i have obligations. cute obligations, but obligatio. i need to rethink the core of my portfolio. what i really need is sleep. introducing the ishares core, building blocks for the heart of your portfolio. find out why 9 out of 10 large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishas by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. lou: the target of bipartisan anger, but is his tax pledge really the problem in washington, d.c.? the weekly standard and rnc communications directer will join us to discuss the possibilities of a republican reset here in just moments, but, first, in the money line, wall street showing its disappointment in washington and progress, and overshadowing news of terrific developments rising 3% over the past 12 months, and the nasdaq has been, well, working to extend its six day winning streak until se
our guests. journalist among our guests. we will be right back. twins. i didn't see them coming. i have obligations. cute obligations, but obligatio. i need to rethink the core of my portfolio. what i really need is sleep. introducing the ishares core, building blocks for the heart of your portfolio. find out why 9 out of 10 large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. who went. lou: on the morning of march over third 2009 troops stationed in a combat outpost located at the bottom of three steep mountains in afghanistan were attacked by 400 insurgents one. my next guest takes a look what happened and her rogue actions of our soldiers. an untold story of american power. >> is nice to see you in. lou: i want to believe, as a white house correspondt for the last thing people five policy will be bringing a story from afghanistan. >> i was reporting from the c
. >> yes. >> check out these twins. how cute is this? these preemies were in the hospital get stronger in silver and black. >> nice. you can e mail your fan toteos we'll post them on abc 7 news do. we'll show some of them during our raiders special. raiders and broncos live from coliseum in oaklandland. >> if this weather has you thinking about taking a trip you may want to hear this first. tonight at 9:00 an industry insider on what could be happening in your hotel when you're not watching. >> outbreak in a school. dozens of kids, si this is "jeopardy!" here are today's contestants -- an assistant district attorney from knoxville, tennessee... uate student of paleontology from washington, d.c... and our returning champion, a gradmedical student from plano, texas... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! thanks, johnny. and thank you, ladies and gentlemen. welcome aboard. jason, our returning champion, upped his daily average with that nice performance on yesterday's program. today he faces karen and tim, who are the newcomers. and you're smiling still. that's good. [
helicopter you see here with a surface-to-air missile. also, today, at least 34 people were killed in twin car bombings near the capital of damascus. >>> and the florida socialite caught up in the cia sex scandal is fighting back, trying to reclaim her reputation. attorneys for jill kelley are accusing a new york businessman of defaming kelley, suggesting she try to use her connections to general david petraeus to broker a foreign business deal. kelley's legal team claiming government sources are responsible for leaks to the media about kelley's personal life. >>> and a frightening case of road rage in oakland, california. take a look. a pair of men pulling up to a couple, recording their reckless driving. and as you can see here, one of the men waved a gun. the other tried to jump into the couple's car, shooting at them. but then missing. the men were arrested a few hours later. >>> if you thought traveling for thanksgiving was expensive, brace yourself for the coming christmas travel period. "usa today" reporting that airfares to the most popular destinations next month will be roughly 8
. >> gretchen: let's get to the twin issue. many people have been speculating because of this severe kind of morning sickness that she has, sometimes that's emlet matic of being pregnant with twins. let's presuppose she needs a c section and the physician has a choice of which baby to remove first, the first one that comes out is the future king or queen of england. >> yes. a lot of the royal physicians, he's got a big responsibility and big discussions will be happening. it doesn't matter if it's a girl or boy. they're changing the law of succession. it used to be a baby brother could supersede the sister. they're changing that rule. it's too antique. it wouldn't survive in 202012. -- 2012. some of our best monarchs have been queens. the first born will be third in line to the throne. >> gretchen: that will be up to the royal surgeon? >> yes. if it's twins and there is a c section. we just have to hope for the best. a care so much about this story? >> i think people love the fairy tale. throughout history, human beings have always had an irrational need to celebrate, to elevate certain i
they improperly crossed the busy street on monday night with her mother daughter and twin 4-year-old sons. the children are all said to be okay. the mother has serious head injuries but she is expected to survive. police can't say enough about the unsung heroes who helped. >> these guys are so selfless, once the scene was secure, that they left the scene and did not leave their names. i talked to two of the officers involved. they can't tell me how many people helped them because it was so chaotic. >> we're lucky this morning, coming up on "early start" we'll talk to the two officers involved in that rescue, including one who was working off-duty at a walmart across the street and still jumped in to help. that's coming up at 6:30. >>> the world's oldest person had died. 116-year-old bessie cooper was among the first women to vote in georgia. her son says she died peacefully yesterday. in an interview on the guinness world records website, she said her secrets to a long life were minding her own business and avoiding junk food. she's survived by four children, 11 grand children, 13 great g
not be who you think it is twins. i didn't see them coming. i have obligations. cute obligations, but obligatio. i need to rethink the core of my portfolio. what i really need is sleep. introducing the ishares core, building blocks for the heart of your portfolio. find out why 9 out of 10 large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. >> announcer: 'tis the season of more-- more shopping, more dining out... and along with it, more identity theft. by the time this holiday season is over, an estimated 1.2 million identitieslen. every time you pull out your wallet, shop online or hit the road, you give thieves a chance to ruin your holiday. by the time you're done watching this, as many as 40 more identities may be stolen. you can't be on the lookout 24/7, but lifelock can. they're relentless about protecting your identity every minute of every day. when som
, a single woman who came up with twins, and she set off to make her mark in the world. >> she re-invented herself, right? >> she re-invented herself. she instilled certain principles in my sister, my twin sister, frances, and myself. believe in yourself. have a lot of confidence. don't shirk away from a challenge but recognize opportunities when they come. also, honesty and integrity. and lastly, i think she really taught me that you have to put the customer first. she was a business woman. i was with her in her business every single day. >> so you were raised in segregated washington. >> yes. >> your mother decided to become a hairdresser, a master beautician? >> yes. >> and who would ever believe it, through this business and from her being such, again, not really highly educated but being a great businesswoman, you began meeting some diplomats, some leaders, and you got this remarkable experience growing up. >> well, my mother opened her door to a world that would ultimately evolve, but she didn't know that. for example, she used to come to new york every single l year to part
where i played elvis, the father of the royal twins. kids. >> stephanie: in a stroke of -- best show business luck timing, what happened? >> yeah, well, the show was about to go on tour except that that night the real princess diana died. [ wah wah ] the understudy who played diana was in the tunnel two hours before the real diana. >> spooky. >> stephanie: that sucks all of the comedy out of the room right there. all right. speaking of comedy, damian in johnstown, pennsylvania, he was in new york city. he made the cookies and freedom bitches t-shirt. aisha tyler. >> goes well with the boogity boogity cheese. >> stephanie: one thing i love i can laugh. my office, not so much. a little while ago chris made his electric boogaloo joke and i laughed outloud which earned me strange looks from my office mates. thanks for making me that guy. eat it. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: once again florida, just weird. weird stuff happens in florida. woman allegedly assaults boyfriend for org
wife's third child together. they have twin 5-year-old boys as well. he has two adult children from a previous marriage. >> bill: and -- >> five kids, man. >> bill: and he's from oregon, of course. his wife owns one of the best book stores in the country. the strand bookstore in new york city which is a whole building. it is a fabulous, fabulous store. have you ever been there michael? >> bass, right? >> bill: the family. incredible store. there you are. 12 minutes after the hour. michael tomasky, i want to ask you about the -- john boehner counteroffer yesterday. but first, this is totally out of the blue today. "the washington post" dropping this -- i think bombshell about roger ailes and david petraeus. so -- >> david petraeus got with him too? does the man know no -- sorry. >> bill: so according to the post, it is in the style section this morning, roger ailes deputized mcfarland fox news analyst. she's gone over to afghanistan to report and so he says i have a message for you to carry to general pet
from fargo to the twin cities. 50s in the northern rockies. >>> and since it is the holiday season and all about the gift giving, all that good stuff about to get under way, we thought we would make this our "favorite story of the day." >> it centers on 9-year-old tyler scott who thought he was attending just another assembly at his philadelphia area school. well, tyler's mother is in the army. she's been in kuwait for nine months. >> his principal called tyler on stage to help open a gift from his mom. turns out the gift was his mom. tyler thought she wasn't coming home until the end of the month. so imagine that great moment right there. his dad also, in the service, as well. good to see those. >> the whole assembly was about students coping with military parents. that's -- great news. >> merry christmas, enjoy. >> yes. >>> all right. coming up, booze to go. a new place to stash your liquid lunch. >> that's what i am talking about. >>> and the darker side of extreme couponing and one clipper who feels redeemed. get it? we're cashing in on the story coming up. >> oh, man. >> annou
here by accident. the only reason we're even facing these twin crises right is now because democrats have spent taxpayer money with total abandon over the past four years and done nothing to address the main drivers of the debt. our democratic friends like to say they can't simply cut our way to prosperity. levering are aside the fact that one is proposing that we do that we can't spend our way to prosperity either. that's exactly what democrats have been trying to do for four years. we've been trying to spend our way to prosperity. it hasn't worked yet and not likely to work in the future. this is not complicated. we're not in this mes mess becae washington taxes too little. we're in this mess because washington spends too much. the american people know that and we're not going to get out of it until democrats get serious about real spending cuts and meaningful -- meaningful entitlement changes. so this morning i'd like to speak in a little more detail about why it is that we need to strengthen and protect these entitlement programs through reforms that match them up with the nation
we're kinda like twins. [ tylenol bottle ] we are? yeah we both relieve coughs, sneezing, aches, fevers. and i relieve nasal congestion. overachiever. [ female announcer ] tylenol® cold multi-symptom nighttime relieves nasal congestion. nyquil® cold and flu doesn't. everything you've grown to love about sunday dinner into each of her pot pies. tender white meat chicken and vegetables in a crust made from scratch. marie callender's. it's time to savor. >>> welcome back to "morning joe." let's take a look at some of the "morning papers." "the wall street journal," the u.s. is stepping up spying on an iranian nuclear reactor, flying drones overhead to intercept cell phone calls and collect intelligence. american officials became concerned about the security of the plant's weapons-grade plutonium after fuel rods were taken out of the facility in october. >>> also from "the wall street journal," the u.s. is poised to become a leader in global energy production, largely on the strength of the domestic natural gas production. many other countries with large sources of shale are well
it that they're going to have a baby, might be twins, she was so dehydrated she needed to be hospitalized, they wouldn't have told us because you wait 12 weeks to tell us and supposedly the queen didn't know until yesterday. the guy or girl -- she would be become queen if she were a girl, king he'd be third in line. prince harry gets pushed back. >> do you really care who gets pushed back? who wants it? >> charles wanted it. he's 64 and the queen is 86 and her mother went to well over 100. >> yeah. >> charles is, like, 64 he's, like, you know, this is, you know -- >> never. >> and then next would be i guess william, but prince charles might not get it until he's, you know, he could be 80 years old before he finally gets it. and it -- there's a reason i guess this is kind of interesting. we love watching the royals. has shown me what it meant to be a person of privilege and rank in the old style, you know, we don't have that kind of -- where you become -- >> i kind of feel sorry to them to not even be 12 weeks along and have the whole world talking about it and the odds makers. harry's in
was on the level hit by the first airplane in the twin towers. and understanding the nature of the attack against the united states at that time, i felt a strong urging to once again be involved in public service. and that was the genesis of my decision when the opportunity presented it self several years later to return to this body. that was the compelling reason. i was privileged to be appointed to the homeland security committee, the permanent homeland security committee. and i was privileged to serve as chairman of one of the subcommittees. and since that time i have been privileged to continue to serve on that committee as well as serve on the house judiciary committee where we had responsibility for, among other things, the patriot act and fisa, the foreign intelligence surveillance act. both of which were, in my judgment, and are in my judgment essential to our response to the threat that existed at the time of their cession and the -- creation and the threat that remains. one of the ironies of my service is that i am elected from a district in sacramento county, california, nearly 3,000
committees to the charge of overseeing the twin pillars of america's unique role in the world. our commitment to open, transparent free markets and our commitment to democracy and open discourse is a force for international peace. we believe that our global economic interests and our foreign policy values are closely tied together. they should be closely tied together. and that's why we urge our colleagues to seize this opportunity that russia's succession to the world trade organization presents for both job creation and our ability to bind russia to a rule-based system of trade and dispute resolution. granting russia permanent normal trade relations is as much in our interest as it is in theirs. frankly, that's what ought to guide the choices that we make in the senate. the up side of this policy is clear on an international landscape. it is one that really offers this kind of what i would call, frankly, a kind of one-sided trade deal, one that promises billions of dollars in new u.s. exports and thousands of new jobs in america that is certainly in our interest. russia is today the world's
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